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DANILO SPASOVIĆ-DENKE (*1979)

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Danilo je diplomirani istoričar umetnosti, muzičar, slikar i programmer iz Novog Pazara. Kao muzičar, pevač, gitarista i autor nastupao u okviru bendova Elektrolasta i Strašni Haremski Čuvari. Trenutno nastupa pod imenom Mega Denke.

Likovnom umetnošću počeo je da se bavi 2008. godine u okviru kolektiva Mubareć i jedan je od osnivača kolektiva Art Brut Serbia.

 

Veći deo njegovog stvaralaštva čini serija slika i crteža Bivši ljudi. Naziv ciklusa potiče iz stihova Prkosne pesme Dobrice Erića, gde je Danila posebno inspirisalo egzaltirano i patetično njihovo izvođenje glumice Ivane Žigon. Seriju čine crteži i slike različitih dimenzija, rađeni u kombinovanoj tehnici. Sam proces stvaranja počinje veoma spontano, automatski, a početne linije i oblici se uvek razviju u antropomorfne forme, u lica, u figure, kao i u kompozicije sa više figura. Bivši ljudi su nekad ravnodušni prema stvarnosti, nekad su zgrčeni u besu, strahu ili bolu, dok u većini slučajeva ismevaju besmisao koji ih okružuje ili izbija iz njih samih.

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Danilo is a graduated art historian, musician, painter and programmer from Novi Pazar. As a musician, singer, guitarist and author, he played in the bands Elektrolast and Strašni Haremski Čuvari. He currently performs under the name Mega Denke.

He started working in fine art in 2008 as part of the Mubareć collective and is one of the founders of the Art Brut Serbia collective.

A large part of his creativity consists of a series of paintings and drawings Former people. The name comes from the lines of Dobrica Erić's Spiteful Verses, where Danilo was especially inspired by their exalted and pathetic performance by the actress Ivana Žigon. The series consists of drawings and paintings of different dimensions, made in the combined technique. The creation process itself begins very spontaneously, automatically, and the initial lines and shapes always develop into anthropomorphic forms, into faces, into figures, as well as into compositions with several figures. Former people are sometimes indifferent to reality, sometimes they are writhing in anger, fear or pain, while in most cases they are mocking the nonsense that surrounds them or emerges from themselves.

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